To cap off my year of running, I got a little dirty on Sunday September 29th:
Tough Mudder is a gruelling 18km race with lots of running and obstacles at Mount St. Louis Moonstone. I had an amazing team helping me through: Team Quality Control!
At face value, the event seems to be about proving how strong you are but when you participate you get an entirely different story. A lot of people are ready to boost you up and over walls, catch your hand as you run up a greased half pipe and cheer you on as you finish monkey bars or jump from metres in the air. It really is all about team work and helping the person next to you, even if they’re a stranger!
I loved this event and cannot wait to do it again in 2014. To celebrate our achievements, we decided to put down blankets and have a picnic post-race.
We had lots off food to go around but I think the favourite had to be the homemade salsa with chips from Squiggy!
He was gracious enough to give me the recipe and he’s right. Once you know how easy it is to make salsa you never buy store bought again!
Homemade Salsa Recipe
1 can of crushed tomatoes
1 bunch of cilantro (minced)
1 red onion (finely diced)
2 chipotle chilis in adobo sauce
Splash of lime juice
Salt to taste
Mix everything together et voilà!
I love having salsa on my omelettes and scrambled eggs in the morning. It adds a nice little kick to the eggs! Thanks to Squiggy for the recipe! He is very talented.
And just like his salsa he’s hot hot hot! He’s made it to the semi-finals of Toronto’s Hottest Chef contest. The winner will not only have the title but also money donated to a charity of their choice. Squiggy picked the awesome Stop Community Food Centre – we’ve reviewed their awesome farmer’s market here before.
So Vote NOW for Squiggy and the Stop: http://www.torontohottest.com/chefs.php
You only get one vote each so make it count!
In the mean time stay clean 🙂